Let’s Make a Season Flip Sign – mini version
I am a huge Pinterest addict, I can’t remember the last time I didn’t check the boards there at least once during the day for new ideas or inspiration. I will say about 90% of my ideas started because of Pinterest. I also admit that most of my attempts to copy what I find don’t always turn out anything like the pictures. I don’t mind though, I always find something to spark my imagination.
Today’s tutorial started with a picture I saw of a reversible sign. One side was a scarecrow, the other was a snowman. I love working with wood, and wanted to make this sign, but the weather right now is very chilly, and I am fighting a cold, so going out into an unheated garage to find, cut, sand, and glue wood pieces together, just isn’t in the cards. BUT…..as luck would have it, I found a package of Craft Sticks. So I can make this Season Flip Sign, just in a mini version. Hey, it works for me!
Season Flip Sign – Mini version
Skill – Child Friendly
Time – 1 hour (including dry time)
- 6 large size Craft Sticks
- Paint Brush
- Markers, Crayons, Gel Pens, Paints (whatever you want to use to draw the faces with)
- Scrap Stash Box – ribbon, twine, flowers, felt, paper, googly eyes (things to decorate with)
This is a super simple project to do with kids and friends on those days it is too wet or cold to go outside.
Hope you enjoy,